Misc. Health News

Date Posted
Article Title
5/30/2003
Staving off a Second Stroke

Many survivors fail to take simple steps to prevent another attack

5/30/2003
Couch Potatoes Accrue Deadly Fat Deep Within

But moderate exercise can prevent its accumulation, study says

5/30/2003
How Much Exercise?

A minimal amount of activity

5/28/2003
Exercising for Fun Better for the Heart

Work-related physical strain, however, has the opposite effect

5/26/2003
Handling the Heat When You Have Heart Pain

Hot weather advice for people with angina

5/23/2003
Concussion Recovery Longer for Younger Athletes

College jocks bounce back quicker than high school athletes, study finds

5/13/2003
Ladies, It's Never Too Late to Exercise

Those who maintain or adopt active lifestyle live longer

5/11/2003
Tips to Touch Mom's Heart

A bouquet of advice for mom on how to reduce her cardiovascular disease risk

5/9/2003
Shedding Pounds Not as Tough as You Think

Most Americans overestimate effort needed to control weight

5/9/2003
Hurdles or Flat?

Which running track is harder on the body

4/23/2003
A Rundown on Shin Splints

They're the byproduct of too much exercise, too soon

4/22/2003
Moderate Lifestyle Changes Control Hypertension

Study finds determination works without drastic measures

4/22/2003
Simple Exercise Can Bring Seniors Back in Balance

Inexpensive program improves strength, protects against falls

4/21/2003
Fit Health Into Your Lifestyle

Tips on squeezing exercise and a healthy diet into busy schedule

4/19/2003
Working Out to Stop Heart Failure

Study to examine effects of exercise on heart failure

4/18/2003
Heart Rate Training

Heart rate monitors can make workouts more efficient

4/15/2003
Hard Workouts Are Heart Healthy

But experts add that any exercise is good for you

4/15/2003
Caffeine and Ephedra Before Workout Tax Heart

Combination increases cardiovascular strain, study finds

4/11/2003
Stay Safe With Spring and Summer Sports

Experts offer tips for children as they hit the playing fields

4/9/2003
Foot Support for Sports

Textured insoles may help reduce foot and ankle injuries

4/9/2003
Gardening and Your Back

Change hands frequently when you rake the lawn

4/8/2003
Yoga Restores Energy to MS Sufferers

Yoga and exercise benefit people with neurodegenerative disease

4/8/2003
Couch Potatoes at Higher Diabetes Risk

Chances rise 14 percent for every two hours watched a day

4/8/2003
Healthy Lifestyle Can Halt Prostate Cancer

Exercise and weight control affects disease progression, study finds

4/6/2003
Coming Out of Exercise Hibernation

Conditioning is key after months of inactivity

4/5/2003
Yard Work Shouldn't Be a Pain

How to keep your back healthy as you beautify your garden

3/31/2003
Gear Up For Golf

Indoor exercises to improve your game

3/29/2003
Spring Cleaning Has its Dangers

Follow these home and garden safety tips

3/28/2003
Headaches a Warning Sign for High School Athletes

Players often return to sports too soon after concussion, study finds

3/22/2003
Old Ankle Sprains Can Haunt You

Put you at risk for more serious injury down the road

3/20/2003
Breast Cancer Patients Not Heeding Exercise Advice

Study finds many decrease activity, despite its benefits

3/19/2003
Run With the Wind

Finish your jog with the wind at your back

3/16/2003
Cheerleading Can Be Dangerous

Sport can lead to back, shoulder and leg injuries

3/14/2003
Exercise-Induced Asthma

Avoid activities that can trigger asthma attacks

3/11/2003
Fitness Balls

They work neglected muscles

3/10/2003
Fast Food, Too Much TV Bad for the Heart

Excessive watching and fast food may also lead to diabetes

3/10/2003
Journal Urges Overhaul of Supplement Rules

JAMA wants them regulated much like drugs

3/7/2003
Tighter Tummies

Tips for building tighter abs

3/7/2003
Unfit Teens Headed Toward Diabetes Trouble

Overweight adolescents more likely to develop insulin resistance, study finds

3/6/2003
Beefing Up Your Bones

Exercise and vitamins may improve bone density in postmenopausal women

3/2/2003
Lower Back Pain a Familiar Ache

More than one-third of Americans suffer from it, a new survey shows

2/18/2003
A Little Exercise Can Go a Long Way

As long as you feel the strain, your heart gains, new research says

2/6/2003
Are We Driven to Overeat?

Researcher finds obesity a siren's call; others cite environment

2/6/2003
Lose Weight, Caveman Style

Burn more calories than you eat

2/6/2003
A Health Odyssey to the Bottom of the World

Successful expedition sought to dispel myths about what diabetics can do

2/4/2003
Moderate Exercise OK for Breast-Feeding Moms

No risk of depriving baby of essentials in milk, study says

2/1/2003
Stay Warm During Winter Workouts

Stretching muscles and wearing lots of layers avoids frostbite

2/1/2003
Stuck in the Dorm?

Turn it into your personal gym

1/29/2003
Keeping Your Mind Fit

Physical exercise benefits your brain as you age

1/28/2003
With Exercise, More Isn't Always Better

Dedicated athletes may be at higher risk for arthritis and thin bones, research says